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“We’ve never missed you more than we miss you right now,” wrote a prominent neo-Nazi.
The “alt-right” celebrates recent clashes against demonstrators as working to “delegitimize” their opponents.
At least three people were arrested after clashes erupted during a protest against an appearance by white U.S. nationalist Richard Spencer at Alabama’s Auburn University late on Tuesday, hours after a judge ordered the school to let him give a speech, media reported.
“I think people have a perception that being Jewish in the Deep South is a place where you would be afraid to be Jewish,” Ferriter said.
Students raised more than $1,000 in less than 24 hours to stage a music festival taking up most of the campus’s public space.
Tanya Gersh received such e-mail messages as “Ratfaced criminals who play with fire tend to get thrown in the oven,” and “You are a disgusting, vile Jew.”
“Auburn is going to rue the day that they made this total bullshit decision,” the white nationalist leader announced.
The “alt-right” leader, scheduled to speak on Tuesday, is paying $700 to rent the student center and hire security.
A previous campus event led by Spencer caused raucous protest.